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Monday, May 10, 2010

Jethro Tull Songs From The Wood

Urban Food Growing in Havana, Cuba

Sunday, May 9, 2010

Build your Own Worm Bin Composter

OK...I sell several nice worm bin composters on my web site http://www.wormguys.com/ and I highly recommend them. BUT, worm bin composting is so valuable for everyone to have and do. Grow SAFE food and help our planet... that I've found some good instructions on building your very own worm bin composter.

It's time to take care of ourselves and our families. Have a worm bin...turn your kitchen wastes into organic fertilizer...safe for the most delicate of plants. Go to GARDENGUIDES here http://www.gardenguides.com/112924-build-worm-compost/and see their easy instructions on building your own worm bin composter. We ALL need to be doing this now.

'WORM GUYS' has books, bins, worms or contact me if you have any questions at bartlettrose2@aol.com Thanks, Jan

JA ROSE-BARTLETT 'WORM GUYS' http://www.wormguys.com/

Thursday, May 6, 2010

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Monday, May 3, 2010

Towards Permaculture Centres Worldwide

WORM GUYS On Growning Fungi

   OK.  Grow mushrooms at home? We love mushrooms...and so, last year I ordered some mushroom 'spawn' and gave it a try.
    We bought four types of mushrooms. The easiest to grow was called 'Espresso' Oyster Mushroom [grows in coffee grounds]...and we've gotten 3 harvests off this type of mushroom, since last September. It cost about $25.00 + shipping...each harvest was enough for one meal. They were delicious. 'FUNGI PERFECTI' is located in Olympia, WA. So, if you're in the area...there's a chance to pick your order up and save on shipping...but, 'FUNGI PERFECTI' is a internet business and there is no store front.
   The second mushroom I would like to mention was called...The Garden Giant Mushroom....we have not had any results yet from the spawn[some mushrooms take up to 2 years to produce]. Because, I first got interested in growing this fungi..not only was in BIG and tasty ...5 inch diameter, but can be used to clean up contaminated soil. This interested me and I wanted to know more. The 'spawn' also cost about $25.00 plus shipping.
   They have several wonderful books and I'd recommend them if you want to learn more about this subject. Also, give seminars and classes..that are quickly sold out; Check this site out. Jan
    This is from the web page.. "Fungi Perfecti® is a family-owned, environmentally friendly company specializing in using gourmet and medicinal mushrooms to improve the health of the planet and its people. Founded by mycologist and author Paul Stamets, we are leaders in a new wave of technologies harnessing the inherent power of mushrooms and fungal mycelium worldwide. Fungi Perfecti® is Certified Organic by the Washington State Department of Agriculture. In business since 1980, we offer an ever-expanding product line for the mushroom enthusiast.". Their web address is http://www.fungi.com/
JA ROSE-BARTLETT, 'Worm GUYS', http://www.wormguys.com/
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